|Canadian Revolution of 2015|
| Ultranationalist Party of Canada
| Michael Figueroa
|Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister)|
| 15,000 armed militants
| 27,560 Royal Canadian Mounted Police
50,000 Canadian Forces
|Casualties and losses|
|33 militants killed, 10,000 protesters arrested||37 government officials, 59 police officers|
The Canadian Revolution of 2015, or Upriaing in Canada, was a civil uprising that occurred in Canada in September 2015, orchestrated by the Ultranationalist Party of Canada. It was followed by series of protest. On September 27th, Heavily armed members of the CPA groups launched an attack on parliament hill on September 27 and killed several members of parliament, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Defence John Wright. The Canadian Armed Forces, with no government leadership, did not attempt to stop this revolution. Local police forces, however, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), did attempt to stop Ultranationalist forces, however suffered severe losses and the revolution was a success. After negotiations between the two party, an agreement was signed and Canadian government was dissolved.
Before these incidents, series of protest followed by The Wealth and Safety of Canada (WSC). Over 400,000+ Protested on the streets of Vancouver, Toronto, Edmonton, and Ontario. Over 10,000 were arrested and 4,670 were injured. The Government of Canada was corrupt, over 30 billion was lost in 2014, many people poor.
On September 1st Michael Figueroa, a former Canadian diplomat, founded the Ultranationalist Canada Party. The party was a strong support of Imperialism and Patriotism. The Government of Canada outlawed the party as a terriorist organization but the general population recognized it as a legitimate party.
Canadian People's ArmyEdit
Although not formerly regonized by either party, the Canadian People's Army, founded and lead by Joesph Marc, announced their support for the UNC.